Siavash Saremi-Yarahmadi

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—Sleep spindles are the hallmark of N2 stage of sleep. They are transient waveforms observed on sleep elec-troencephalogram and their identification is required for sleep staging. Due to the large number of sleep spindles appearing on an overnight sleep EEG, automating the detection of sleep spindles would be desirable, not only to save specialist time but(More)
The use of closely coupled inductors, operating in the region of 10 MHz to 1 GHz, for detection of change in the concentration of ionic species present in a liquid sample, is reported here. The S-parameters were measured for the coupled inductors with liquid samples under varying pH conditions on one inductor only. S12 parameters were used as an indicator(More)
Continuous patient monitoring systems acquire enormous amounts of data that is either manually analysed by doctors or automatically processed using intelligent algorithms. Sections of data acquired over long period of time can be corrupted with artefacts due to patient movement, sensor placement and interference from other sources. Owing to the large volume(More)
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